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DISA Approved Products List (APL) Integrated Tracking System
The DoD Unified Capabilities (UC) APL is established in accordance with the UC Requirements (UCR 2013, Errata Change 1 dated June 2015) document. Its purpose is to maintain a single consolidated list of products that have completed Interoperability (IO) and Information Assurance (IA) certification. Use of the DoD UC APL allows DoD Components to purchase and operate UC systems over all DoD network infrastructures.
The APL is the only listing of equipment by DoD to be fielded in DoD networks. DoD components are required to fulfill their system needs by only purchasing APL listed products, providing one of the listed products meets their needs. This means the APL must be consulted prior to purchasing a system or product. If no listed product meets the organization's needs, they may sponsor a product for testing that does meet their needs.
JITC System Tracking Program (STP)
The System Tracking Program (STP) is JITC's web database that tracks a system's progress toward joint or combined interoperability certification. The STP tracks the complete life cycle of National Security Systems (NSS) and Information Technology (IT) systems from requirements document validation, to testing, and culminating with certification status. In addition, STP provides access to system, testing, and interoperability certification information, to include direct links to certification letters and test reports. STP also provides user-friendly custom and standard report/query generation and printing.
Joint Interoperability Tool
The JIT is an extensive data repository featuring the JITC Lessons Learned reports, JITC Test Reports, Joint Interoperability Certification letters, and other interoperability documents and references; as well as a high speed search engine to quickly access data.
Test & Evaluation Research and Education Center
MARION is a highly graphical, interactive software tool that supports the development of test plans that are based on the evaluation of a system's contribution to overall mission success. Originally developed on a TEREC research program for AFOTEC, the tool provides varying level of support for each of the six (iterative) steps in the Mission Level Evaluation process. The steps of the MLE process are briefly described below, along with an indication of MARION's support of that step. When applicable, images of the MARION screens supporting the step are available as links.
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Net-Ready Key Performance parameter (NR-KPP) Helpdesk Wiki
The JITC Strategic Planning and Engineering Division has established this Net-Ready Key Performance Parameter (NR-KPP) Helpdesk. The goal of the Helpdesk is to professionalize and standardize the way JITC executes net-centric testing. To further help you, questions and answers have been categorized and the FAQ will be updated periodically.
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